Loosely based on Scott Snyder's terrible Court of Owls story from the comics. It was a huge retcon-heavy piece of crap. The story for this movie is about a secret vigilante organization named the Court of Owls that tries to use Batman's son (and current Robin) Damian to get at Batman. As with the last movie, Son of Batman, Damian is the best part of this. The voicework is competent but unimpressive. I still remain a critic of Jason O'Mara's nasally Batman. The story is a mess that only skirts the edges of making sense. Trust me, the comics were worse. If you're unfamiliar with the comics you will likely be lost. Even if you saw Son of Batman, you will probably still be lost. There's some decent action in the last quarter that helps in a "turn off your brain and enjoy it" sort of way but it's ultimately just one of those things that's worth watching once and then forgetting. Oh and for parents who may care: this movie, like most of the recent DC animated movies, is full of violence, coarse language, and as much nudity and sexuality as they can get away with. Even Bruce Wayne's mom is "sexied up" in a flashback. So think about that, as well as the overly complicated plot only the initiated can follow, before you subject your kids to this.
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Batman vs. Robin (2015)
Batman vs. Robin is a video starring Stuart Allan, Troy Baker, and Kevin Conroy. While Damian Wayne struggles to cope with Batman's no-killing rule, he soon starts to believe that his destiny lies within a secret society known as,...
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The Synopsis for Batman vs. Robin (2015) 720p
Damian Wayne is having a hard time coping with his father's "no killing" rule. Meanwhile, Gotham is going through trouble with threats, such as the insane toy maker and the secretive Court of Owls.
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"He never gets over anything."Reviewed byutgard14Vote: 4/10
Batman vs Robin, directed by Jay Oliva and written by J.M. DeMatteis, was an action packed, whirlwind of a ride and a significant improvement to Ethan Spaulding's "Son of Batman". In addition to choosing a life with his father, Bruce Wayne (Batman), Damian (Robin) assists his father's continued fight at night for Gotham's soul as the next Robin. However, Damian finds himself struggling to cope with his father's "no- killing" policy due to the philosophical form of combat training he received under Ra's al Ghul. As a result of this philosophical conflict between Damian, and Bruce Wayne, Damian is forced into a lifestyle of isolation. As Bruce Wayne tightens the noose around Damian's freedom, Damian is sought out by a member of the Court of Owls. While struggling with his own identity, Damian must decide whether he will adhere to his father's morals, or become a member of the Court of Owls.
First I would like to say that this DC animated film was spectacular! The animation was fluid, flawless, and the voice acting was superb. Though I wasn't initially a fan of Jason O'Mara, I have definitely come to appreciate him as the new Dark Knight. With the level of graphic realism as well as the psychopathic trills currently shown in the recent DC animated Batman series, I believe Jay Oliva has perfectly presented us with an accurate portrayal of Gotham's twisted atmosphere. However, the title was slightly misleading as Batman and Robin only fought against each other for a short time. If anything, it should have been called "Batman: The Court of Owls". In the end, Batman vs Robin is an excellent addition to the DC animated series as well as is something every Batman fan will appreciate.
I went into this movie with low expectations. Son of Batman and Assault on Arkham were some of the worst animated movies DC has recently produced in my opinion. I am a huge batman nerd and an avid comic reader. Knowing all the lore and stories, I am especially critical of movies or comics. Don't get me started on Dark Knight Rises or Grant Morrison's writing. However, while this movie did not follow a comic arc or should even be considered canon, it was an excellent movie.
(-'s) 1. The title doesn't fit. 2. It isn't canon with Snyder's writing. Part of Grant Morrison's legacy-The hipster who ruined the original continuity.
(+'s) Excellent Animation Good movie, not just a good superhero movie. Very fast-paced/suspenseful, but still maintained a good plot. Perfect and gritty script writing-even without K. Conroy it was good. Did not jump the shark-not unbelievable like anything Morrison would write.